Vista upgrade hangs at 62% to Windows 7

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Hi All,

Vista upgrade to Windows 7  hangs at 62% .I am in the process of upgrading my new Laptop, which came with Vista with a Windows 7 original CD but the installation repeatedly hangs at 60% to 65%.

Is this a bug or is something wrong with my hardware?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119898

Vista upgrade hangs at 62% to Windows 7

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  • Your upgrading  process stopped  at 62 % because the service of  Iphlpsvc stops to responds .  You can simply fix the problem by,  
  • restarting your computer device, then press down “Start” then right-tap the “Computer” and choose“Properties”
  • Tap “Environment Variables” on your “Advance” icon.
  • Below the “System Variables” press down “New”
  • Then in the field box of  Variable name  input this: MIG_UPGRADE_IGNORE_PLUGINS
  • And in the field box of  Variable value  input this:IphlpsvcMigPlugin.dll
  • Tap thrice the  “Ok”  to shut off the message box.
  • Now start the upgrade installation process again.
  • And of course you can always ask Microsoft fix to fix your problem, instead of doing it yourself by downloading the software in their website.
Answered By 0 points N/A #119900

Vista upgrade hangs at 62% to Windows 7

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Hi Hikarib,

These are the possible reasons why your installation hangs at 60% to 65%.

  1. The driver or software that you are trying to install is not suitable or compatible with your computer, you have to check on that.
  2. The driver or software are very heavy and your system cannot carry it.
  3. The driver or software that you are trying to install has a virus and your system don't want to install it successfully. 
  4. If you are using Internet connection while installing it, there are great possibility that you've lost your connection.
  5. The driver or software that you are trying to install is not formatted by your computer system.

Recommendation/s:

  1. Free you hard disk or OS from any software that is not important to you, delete some files and try to reinstall the hardware.
  2. Try to see any manual for your hardware and follow the instruction very carefuly.

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